dugout with still photographer jim petrozello. so jim, what do you do? >> i do a few different kinds of photography for the yankees. one is shooting the action stuff, you know, that's all the things in the game. i do portraits of the players, and i also do feature stories for "yankees" magazine, as well as the yearbook. >> reporter: so what are the tools of the trade? >> it changes, but right now i've got two camera bodies, one lens here, another one here. a flash, all kinds of memory cards, extenders. >> reporter: how much does it weigh? >> pick this up, try it out. >> reporter: oh, my gosh. that's way heavier than i thought it was. >> yeah, it's not light. >> reporter: so how do you get that perfect shot? >> you really have to be attuned to a lot of the subtleties, kind of anticipate where the play is going to be. and you learn the players' different quirks. >> reporter: about how many pictures would you take during a game? >> oh, i will take anywhere from 1,200 to 2,000 pictures during a game. yeah, and it's not a lot of fun editing through all of those pictures in the end.
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country that have e-waste laws, and more to come. >> reporter: jim has some advice for how you can help reduce e-waste. before you buy new electronics, make sure the retailer will take your old electronics and recycle them. >>> stay with us. >>> and now, our "fox in the classroom" update. >> i've spent my whole life chasing the american dream. >> reporter: presumptive house speaker john boehner choking up on election night as the republican party took back a majority in the house of representatives. republicans picked up 6 0 house seats, and boehner says americans sent a message at the ballot box. >> across the country right now we're witnessing a repudiation of washington, a repudiation of big government. >> whoo! >> reporter: despite losing six seats to the gop, the democratic party held on to control of the senate. majority leader harry reid keeping his seat in nevada. he beat out tea party challenger sharron angle to win his fifth term. >> people want us to work together. they are demanding that we have good government, that we weigh the importance of everything we do. >> repor
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